Connecticut COVID Travel Advisory to Go From Mandate to Recommended Guidance on March 19 No Longer Requiring Quarantines

Connecticut’s COVID-19 travel advisory, that long required travelers quarantine or test negative after traveling to or from coronavirus hotspot states, will become recommended guidance on March 19, instead of a requirement, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Thursday. Since Dec. 19, the mandated travel advisory applied to all travelers, both national and international, entering Connecticut from any location with the exception of…